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Jul 29, 2011 3:51pm EDT
care costs, to get less so we can give tax breaks to -- we can give tax subsidies to big oil. we will say to those families we are going to cut medicaid and what that means to seniors in nursing homes so we can give tax breaks to corporations sending jobs overseas. we are going to say to young people, you are going to pay more for your college loans so we can give tax cuts to people at the highest end. we all know that we have to participate in reducing the deficit. everybody has to ante up. why is it that the republicans insist on having the middle class pay the price so that the high end is off the hook? if we are concerned about addressing the problems of the american people, we would end this debate. this bill is going nowhere. it's a total waste of time. and every day that we spend on these wastes of time that are not going anywhere is another day we are not talking about the highest priority of the american people which is job creation, job creation, job creation. that is their priority. we have an obligation, an obligation to reduce the deficit and get on with it so we can
CSPAN
Jul 29, 2011 8:00pm EDT
of $26.5 billion, the highest total since 1981. the cost of regulations is a big obstacle for american job creators. but when you think about regulations, here are an example of some of the once that can make you laugh. the department of energy requires microwaive makers to measure the amount of energy their products use in the off position. the environmental protection agency wants stricter regulations on the amount of dust on american farms. the department of interior wants to impose a fee on christmas tree sales to promote christmas tree sales. when you think about how government regulations destroy american jobs, these are the statistics that will make you cry. according to a louisiana state university professor, the department of interior's defacto moratorium of exploration in the gulf of mexico could cost $36,1 -- 36,137 jobs. in addition, more than 80,000 jobs could be lost due to the e.p.a. regulations targeting the cement industry. and e.p.a. gas regulations could cost $1 -- 1.4 million jobs. the american people place an upper limit on the damage that washington democrats coul
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